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Art Olivier of “Operation Terror”, Dan Johnson of PANDA breaks some news

Mon.  9/23/13, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio  (archived here.)

First hour: Art Olivier, writer and producer of the feature film Operation Terror – which he will screen live in Berkeley October 19th! One of America’s notable Libertarians, Art was Dick Cheney’s opponent in the 2000 election (Art was the Libertarian VP candidate). Unfortunately the wrong guy won. Art also challenged Arnold Schwarzenegger for Governor of California, and has served as mayor of Bellflower, California.

Second hour: Dan Johnson of , arch-foe of the NDAA – the law that shreds the Constitution by making the whole USA a battlefield and authorizing “indefinite detention” without due process of law.

Today, Dan breaks some news: Albany, NY may pass an anti-NDAA law with some teeth in it – with your help! Go to:

3 Thoughts to “Art Olivier of “Operation Terror”, Dan Johnson of PANDA breaks some news”

  1. Anonymous

    Kevin and Allan,
    Thanks for having me on today. Here is another anomaly about the Navy Yard story that I failed to mention.

    A tactical response team of the Capitol Police, a force that guards the US Capitol complex, was told to leave the scene by a supervisor instead of aiding municipal officers.

    "I don't think it's a far stretch to say that some lives may have been saved if we were allowed to intervene," a Capitol Police source familiar with the incident told the BBC.
    Art O.

  2. On Friday's show, Mark Dankoff will be discussing something that came up today. Here's my email to him:

    I think it might be best to have an "America First Coalition" (or "Take Back America" coalition) rather than a party. Getting a new party going requires a huge amount of work and money.

    This coalition could put out a list of positions we all agree on, and a nice-looking logo and website.

    People could join/endorse the coalition and run in major-party primaries. If they lose the primary they could run as an independent, at least in jurisdictions without "sore loser" laws. That way all the money and energy goes to the actual races rather than trying to get the party established and on ballots. And the candidates have a much better chance of getting votes. Bob Bowman and Webster Tarpley have always favored this strategy. Bowman won a Congressional seat as a 9/11 truth Democrat but was robbed by rigged voting machines.

    Some unifying issues could be: end the wars, restore the Bill of Rights, Tax Wall Street (sales tax on financial transactions), prosecute criminal banksters, end the Fed, restore Constitutional currency.

    These issues are very big and important, "patriotic" & America-first, complete no-brainers that all informed & intelligent well-meaning people agree on. We should leave out anything at all divisive from the common platform…social issues, etc. I would even recommend leaving Zionism and Israel out of the common platform just to make the Zio-propagandists' job that much harder. Individual candidates could of course speak their minds, as I certainly would.

    But if you guys think you have enough resources to get ballot access etc. with a new party, then maybe that's the way to go. But it should focus on the big unifying issues, in my opinion at least, and de-emphasize social issues and anything else that could be used as a wedge against us.

    Anyway, I look forward to discussing this with you!

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